Amarjyoti Saraswati International School: Providing Contemporary Education for Practical Learning via Technology Enhancive Curriculum

Amarjyoti Gohil,Founder The ultra modern mix of education & technology has changed the face of Indian education system. What’s even more interesting is how schools are implementing these digital approaches in the traditional setup of schooling. Determined to enhance student’s learning experience, Amarjyoti Saraswati International School (ASIS) has progressively and scientifically designed value-based curriculum implemented by means of multimedia projection equipments. It integrates 21st century learning skills such as digital literacy, communication, collaboration, creativity, problem solving and critical thinking in the curriculum to engage students in the practice of learning like never before. Amarjyoti Gohil, Founder, ASIS, asserts, “We educate our kids not only on the relevant subjects but also the realistic use of the knowledge for the betterment of one self, for others and for the growth of the nation. We accentuate on the independent thinking of students”.

Nutshell of Progressive Learning
Having 100 percent result in ICSE & ISC boards since 2001, ASIS emphasizes on the asset test (an academic flagship course) that presents a detailed report & result of the student’s performance – mentioning the area of improvement & strength. With a
major focus on e-Learning methodology, the school believes in implementing rigorous academic program for all the students. What adds to the over all development of the child is the implication of activity based learning that engages students in adventure activities beyond the classroom. Parallel to imparting moral education & patriotism, ASIS integrates global educational tours & conferences in its curriculum, empowering students to participate in International events. Corresponding to academics, community outreach programs for social awareness & Activity Hub like heart fulness sessions, rifle shooting, yoga, NCC, Robotics, to name a few, leads to the holistic development of the child.

Parallel to imparting moral education & patriotism, ASIS integrates global educational tours & conferences in its curriculum, empowering students to participate in International events

Peculiar of student’s safety with in the premises, ASIS maintains round the clock security via CCTV surveillance & supervised transport, clean canteen refreshments & drinking water, and monitors every corner that the students have access to. The ace infrastructure is equipped with digital classrooms, operational labs, and library treasured with books & AV study materials. Believing that the teachers & parents are the most important stake-holders for student’s success, ASIS idiosyncratic feature - E-campus MICM, keeps the communication between the
duo strong & updates parents about the daily activities in school. Supplementary remedial education /classes & virtual platform – ‘Google Classroom’ aids the students requiring special academic attention.

Rajendrasinh Gohil,Principal

Modern Model of Education
The freedom of expression, as we say, is our birthright but for some it is a gifted skill. The idea of diplomatic competition is not restricted to just political houses; The British Council awarded school – ASIS continually encourages active participation of students in Model United Nations (MUN) India to augment their art of public speaking, debate & critical thinking. Moreover, the students of ASIS excel in national & international competitions like Olympiads, Talent Hunt, Conquest, Silver zone’s general knowledge, NIMO, NISO and prove to be tough competitors in All India Level Competitive exams.

ASIS is ranked No.1 school in Bhavnagar & No.4 in Gujarat for its academic excellence as per the Education World Survey 2017. Amalgamating technology with education, ASIS aspires to mould its students into leaders who impart & instill this attitude of learning in the masses as well, so that, “this world becomes a healthy bunch of learned & a better abode for the existence of humanity and love,” concludes Amarjyoti.